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The Relationship of Gender on the Perceptions of School Resource Officers Regarding Roles, Responsibilities, and School Culture and Collaboration
School Resource Officers (SROs) play a critical role in establishing a safe learning environment for students across the nation. Though there are several studies related to SRO perceptions regarding their roles and ...
‘Performing for the Camera’ ?: Oral History Interviews of Female Military Service Personnel
This paper examines the discourse female military service personnel use to describe their military service. Using video-recorded oral history interviews available online from the Library of Congress Veterans History Project, ...
Education and Women's 'Autonomy': An NGO's Efforts in a Calcutta Basti
A community-based non-profit in a majority Muslim community in Kolkata, India, initiates several female education projects, Muslim girls' concepts of 'autonomy'
Review essay: Killer Apps and Technomyths
(Historical Studies In The Natural Sciences, 2013-02-01)
Envisioning Resilience through The Ume Group’s Inaugural Online Playback Theatre Event
Theatre across the globe faces difficult choices for how to best connect with their audience while staying safe. Some academic theatre programs produced Zoom performances and/or radio plays in the last few months, professional ...
Emerging Dialogic Structures in Education Reform: An analysis of Urban Teachers’ Online Compositions
This paper contextualizes contemporary urban teachers’ online dissent in public discussions of education reform inrelation to past educational crisis narratives to interpret recent shifts in the structure of education ...
Gender differences in financial risk tolerance
The purpose of this research is to explore gender differences in financial risk tolerance using a large, nationally representative dataset, the Survey of Consumer Finances. The impact of the explanatory variables in the ...
MILITARY BRATS: A Living Study in Race Relations
(Virginia Tech, 2015-11)
In 1948, President Harry Truman issued Executive Order 9981, desegregating the United States military. Much has been written about the Order's effect on soldiers; almost none about the powerful effect it has had on generations ...
Clientelism, Elections, and the Dialectic of Numerical People in Northeast Brazil
(University of Chicago Press, 2018-04-01)
This paper explores rural Brazilians’ interpretations of and ethical reflections on political clientelism. Brazilian elites often regard the people of the dry hinterland (sertanejos) as lazy, politically apathetic, and ...